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Rickey Lynn DuBois, 69, Orangefield

Rickey Lynn DuBois, 69, of Orangefield, passed away on September 9, 2021 in Orangefield. Born in Leesville, La. on September 27, 1951, He was the son of H.C. DuBois and Faye Deon DuBois. Rickey was a member of First Baptist Church Orangefield where he faithfully severed his lord. Rickey adored his family and friends with his whole heart. He was a Master Mason of the Bridge City Lodge No. 1345, retired Sheet Metal Worker Lodge # 54. Rickey loved sharing his experiences and there was always a lesson or two about what he had learned during one of his many fishing, hunting or golfing trips. Rickey never meet a stranger and was given the nick name "Gabby" by his niece Cara. He was a loving father, uncle, great uncle, grandfather, great-grandfather, and brother in law. He will be dearly missed by all those who knew and loved him. In his bible he wrote this: His greatest desire in the years I have left is that my sons and grandkids know Jesus as Lord and Savior and to have a deep and meaningful relationship with the Lord.He was preceded in death by his parents, H.C. and Faye DuBois; brother, Chris DuBois; nephew, Cory DuBois; nephew, Brian Dressler. He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Sue DuBois; sons; Keith and Melissa DuBois of Orangefield; Aaron and Latouia DuBois of Orangefield; Sisters; Susie DuBois Dressler of Bridge City, Melinda and Steve Sanders of Bridge City, Melanie and Michael LaFleur of Orangefield, Milton (Beaver) and Crystal DuBois of Hardin–Jefferson; grandchildren, Kayson DuBois, Kenadie DuBois, Kenson DuBois, Gracie Hebert, Kaitlyn Hebert, Tanner Hebert, Tyler DuBois; great grandchild; Kinsley DuBois; In laws; Jeanette O'Kelley, Shelia and Charles Chester, and , special friends, Stevie Hubert and Joe Love, and the many cousins, nieces, great nieces, nephews , great nephews. In lieu of flowers, a love offering can be made to First Baptist Church Orangefield.


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